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$2000 in scholarships given annually to students in the Asian Studies Program Glassboro, New Jersey

2008 Awardees

Jeffrey Cucinotta (Spanish major, Asian Studies minor)

Elizabeth Moreton (English major, Asian Studies minor)

2007 Awardees

Magdalena A. Dziopko (Spanish)

Jeffrey Hill (Writing Arts)

2006 Awardees

Kirk LaVecchia (History)
After graduating from Rowan University, I will continue my studies of Asia. My immediate plan is to take an introductory course in Mandarin Chinese. Hopefully, with this core knowledge of the language, I will be able to travel to China where I can explore and extend more substantially my learning. With a B.A. in History and concentrations in both Asian Studies and International Studies, I plan to one day go on to post-graduate law studies with a focus on international law. In doing so, I hope to provide and integral service that helps aid the relationship between the United States and China.

Sheryl Wong (English)
I am an English major with a Political Science minor and concentrations in Asian Studies, International Studies and Honors. I chose Asian Studies because finding out more about my own culture and being able to speak Mandarin as well as my native Cantonese really interested me. I plan on using this knowledge and these language skills to pursue my career as a Foreign Service Officer with the Department of State and plan on taking the exams in April 2007.

2005 Awardees

Glenn Iannaco (History)

Pasquale Sabatini (History)

Sheryl Wong (English)

2004 Awardees

John J. Herman, Jr.

Glenn F. Iannaco Jr.

2003 Awardee

Debra Lore

After graduating college, I hope to take some time off from continuing my education to figure out what type of career I would like to pursue. I would like to travel and see what lies beyond my New Jersey home. At the present time, I am relieved and happy to have survived so many difficult years of school.